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I hope you have taken the good advice and had this checked out medically! It sounds like you could have a kidney infection and that isn't something to ignore or self treat!
Millie, NW Arkansas in Central time zone
I am the bread of life;
I agree with Claire on all counts... please go to the dr asap and get checked out.
Dad: BIBLE: Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth
Leader:Loving Our Kidneys
Kidney Failure is the 8th leading cause of death in USA
"Seventy years are given to us! Some may even reach eighty.
But even the best of these years are filled with pain and trouble;soon they disappear, and we are gone."(Psalms 90:10)
You cannot change your life until you change something
that you do every day.
~John C. Maxwell~
You'll have to cut and paste this link as my iPhone doesn't like the 'add a link' feature. This is a brief article on the impact of and how to minimize the effects of anti-biotics on our kidneys.
If your back is hurting and you are having trouble peeing, I suggest you get your butt right over to your doctor's office and have them make sure something very serious is going on! This is not a situation that should ever be guessed at or self-diagnosed. You could be contributing to your kidney functions.
That said, cranberry juice is a good preventative step as it helps your kidneys flush themselves more easily. It's also helpful when you've been diagnosed with a urinary tract infection.
Pomegranate is on my limit/avoid list per my renal dietition. Not a good thing to use with any frequency. Hope this helps some!
Those who think they have no time for a healthy lifestyle will sooner or later will have to find time for illness.
I did a blog today about Antibiotic & Probiotics- I may need more advise/help! I got a lot of the basic information that I needed,
And I got awesome information & I am very ~HAPPY~to say I'm taking everyone's great advice.
My back is hurting & it's harder to go pee.- should I try the cranberry Juice Or Pomengent?